Important Things to Keep in Mind When applying for a job, you may be asked
about felony convictions.
What You Should Know About the EEOC and Arrest and Conviction Records ...
Federal law does not prohibit employers from asking about your criminal history.
... If you have questions about these kinds of laws, you should contact your state ...
May 31, 2011 ... From criminal background checksto Fair Credit Reporting Act authorizationsfrom
questions on applications asking about criminal convictionsto ...
Answering Questions from Employers About Criminal Arrests and Convictions. 2.
States that do not have a law - If you live in a state that does not have a law that ...
Sep 11, 2011 ... You probably dread seeing the "Have you been convicted...." question on every
job application you've filled out. It's tempting to lie, but the ...
Jun 12, 2015 ... NYC Approves Bill That Removes Felony Conviction Check Box ... can question
inaccuracies and provide information that might strengthen his ...
Aug 7, 2014 ... A campaign to eliminate the check-off box for felony convictions from ... Since
then, 12 states have removed this question from job applications.
QUESTION: May I be refused a job or denied an occupational license because I
was arrested, even though I was never convicted of anything? ANSWER: ...
Question: State law determines whether you have to admit your criminal record.
... includes a box you have to check if you have an arrest or conviction record.
www.nvti.ucdenver.edu/HomelessResources/Web 4 resources/Ex-offender tips for writing a Redemption Speech, applying for a job, and handling interview questions/About The 3Rs.pdf
The first knock-out question most ex-offenders face often appears on an
application form or in the job interview: "Have you ever been convicted of a felony